Carley Garner - One of the most frustrating aspects of trading commodities is getting comfortable with how each contract is quoted, what the point value or multiplier of each contract is and most importantly how to calculate the profit, loss and risk of a trade.
Carley Garner - Throughout my journey in the markets, I have yet to find a fool proof way to guarantee profitable trading, but what I am certain of is that you owe it to yourself to fully understand the products and markets that you intend to trade before risking a singl
Joe Ross - Is there a type of trading that's less risky and more profitable? Joe lets us in on a secret.
Larry Williams - Whether you trade it, invest in it, or just wear it - Larry Williams considers some gold price clues.
Gabe Velazquez - This week I will review one of the first skills that a new trader must learn before he can engage the markets which is the identification of low risk entries.
Josip Causic - In this article we will examine a specific case of a debit and a credit spread in order to point out that there is virtually very little difference between the two.
Don Dawson - Spread Trading is also referred to as "Hedge Trading". In essence, Spread Trading involves being simultaneously long a position in a Futures contract and short a position in another similar or related Futures contract.
02 Mar, 2009 in Futures
David James Bennett - Trading is a game, a probability game. Your job is to set up the parameters of the game so that you have a long term edge, and then execute your strategy consistently.
Jim Crimmins - In this article we take a look at the various US tax laws that apply to forex trading.
Don Dawson - Ever wonder what makes a winning trader consistent? In my opinion that consistency is due to the trader having his own "edge" over other traders. This "edge" is what each trader must find for himself.